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Neighborhood Group Projects

Looking for ways to serve in our community with members of your neighborhood group? Here are great serving opportunities.

Prepare and Serve Lunch for the Men of Teen Challenge

Grab your group and come help by cooking for and serving lunch to our students at the Teen Challenge New River Christian Life Ranch. Join our kitchen staff as they bless our men with a meal and fellowship.


*Kid-friendly

Frequency:

2 hours of time, Mon - Sat

Requirements:

Must be 15 years or older

Group Max: 12

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Lead a Men's Discipleship Meeting at Teen Challenge

Lead a Bible Study for our men at the Teen Challenge New River Christian Life Ranch. This is a very straightforward approach of biblical stewardship, discipleship, or simply building the faith of our students. Studies must be approved beforehand.

Frequency:

Time and Day are flexible (Once weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, etc.)

Requirements:

Must be 18 years or older

Must be a baptized member of a church

Group Max: 12

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Participate in a Quarterly Concert with the Incarcerated Youth

Your group is invited to partner with Rescued Not Arrested to experience a quarterly concert event at Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections located on I-17 & Pinnacle Peak Road. Your group can be involved in many areas at this event (worship band, providing food, preaching, discussions and prayers, and more).

Frequency:

Once per Quarter

Requirements:

Must be 18 years or older

Must be a baptized member of a church

Group Max: 20

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Write Letters of Encouragement to Incarcerated Men and Women

Through our correspondence team program, volunteers write to inmates nationwide who have contacted RNA for spiritual help and guidance. As members of the RNA Correspondence Team, our volunteers are given the opportunity to share the love of Christ through mail to those who so desperately need it. As a safety precaution, volunteers do not reveal any personal information to the inmates. All correspondence to inmates uses the RNA office address as the return address. NO PERSONAL ADDRESSES ARE GIVEN OUT. Because volunteers write from the comfort of their homes or offices when convenient to their schedules, there are no set hours.

Frequency:

Flexible

Requirements:

Must be 18 years or older or have Parental Supervision

Must be a Baptized Member of a Church

Any group size

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Teach Sunday School at the Changing Lives Center

Join the Phoenix Rescue Mission and provide a 1-hour Sunday school experience for our children at the Changing Lives Center. Sunday School teachers are asked to provide curriculum, lessons, crafts, and snacks on a weekly basis.

Frequency:

Sunday morning or afternoon (once every other week or monthly)

Requirements:

Background Check

Must be 18 years old or accompanied by an adult if 14-17 years old

Group Max: 6

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Help Run Hope For Hunger Food Bank

Partner with Phoenix Rescue Mission and help run Hope For Hunger Food Bank for the day. You and your team will provide emergency food assistance to those in need and serve residents in Glendale, Peoria, and Phoenix. Jobs may include: prepping the campus before opening, packing boxes, cleaning the Food Bank (inside), assisting in light administrative work, or driving the fork lift (requires fork lift driver certification).


*Kid-friendly

Frequency:

6:00am - 12:00pm, Mon - Thurs

Requirements:

Must be 12 years of age or older

Volunteers under the age of 18 must complete a Youth Volunteer Authorization and Liability Release form and must be accompanied by an adult

Group Max: 12

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Serve Refugees in the Valley for a Day

Join GoTen Ministries to serve refugees in the valley. Volunteers will participate in a serve project that will assist legally resettled refugees. Come learn about the refugee situation in Phoenix, teach English, and possibly visit homes of refugees. This is a great beginner opportunity for groups wanting a local mission experience.

Frequency:

Once a month, Saturdays

Requirements:

Must be 15 years of age or older

Volunteers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult

Group Max: 11

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Facility Clean Up Project at StreetlightUSA

Bring your group and help the ladies at StreetlightUSA by participating in various projects, such as landscaping, painting, cleaning, etc.


*Kid-friendly

Frequency:

Flexible (2-4 hours, Mon - Sun)

Requirements:

Criminal History Affidavit Assumption of Risk Waiver

Group Max: 50

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Plan and Participate in an Activity with the Women of StreetlightUSA

Plan an activity for the residents at StreetLightUSA. Work with our Activity Coordinator to share your idea (Fall Festival, Christmas Party, Game Night, Pizza Party, Arts and Crafts, etc.).

Frequency:

Flexible (2-4 hours, Fri - Sun)

Requirements:

Criminal History Affidavit Assumption of Risk Waiver

Group Max: 15

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Sew Quillows for Girls Living on the Street

StreetLightUSA provides law enforcement and first responders with Quillows (a special pillow made with a blanket and pocket) filled with toiletries for girls living on the street. This is a helpful “ice breaker” for first responders and helps when they try and approach a girl who looks like she is in trouble. We are looking for groups who love to sew to create these Quillows! We will provide the instructions and materials lists.

Frequency:

Flexible

Requirements:

Any group size

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Serve at the Christian Family Care Phoenix Thrift Store

Directly impact the foster families and kids who visit the Christian Family Care Thrift Store by helping sort, tag and organize items, and provide general support to our staff.

Frequency:

10:00am - 5:00pm, Mon - Fri / 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Sat

Requirements:

Must be 16 years of age or older

Volunteers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult

Group Max: 10

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Spend a Night Serving at the Phoenix Dream Center

If you have a heart for inner-city ministry, reaching the lost in our own community, and seeing people triumph out of adversity, this will be a great way to begin engaging and serving in our City. Our team will gather at the Dream Center to share meals, serve in a variety of opportunities through the Dream Center's reach into the community, stay the night at the Center and learn the urban needs of our City.

Frequency:

5:00 pm Fridays to 5:00 pm on Saturdays

Requirements:

Must be 16 years of age or older

Volunteers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult

Group Max: 20

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